Named by Fortune Magazine in 2006 as the best company to work for, Genentech is “in business for life,” making pharmaceutical drugs that cure or prevent death in diseases previously thought incurable. It is not a surprise that a conscious organization such as Genentech would embrace the Enneagram. Learn from Genentech’s senior leaders how they are using the Enneagram, why they think it makes a difference, what it has done for them personally, and how it contributes to a conscious organization.
This informal discussion session will allow you to experience in real-time that consciousness, spirituality, and development do belong in the business world and to address questions such as: What organizations are most likely to be early users of the Enneagram? What is the best way to approach these types of organizations? What kinds of leaders will be most responsive? What kinds of trainers and consultants are they looking for?
This session will not be available on CD, so please attend in person if you are interested in the information.
Ginger Lapid-Bogda, Ph.D. is an organization development consultant with more than thirty years of consulting experience working with Fortune 500 companies, service organizations, non-profits, and law firms. She is the past president of the IEA and a member of the Organization Development Network (ODN) and National Training Labs (NTL). Ginger provides organization development (OD) consulting, executive coaching, and training services that integrate the Enneagram with the theory and practice of OD. She also offers training materials and Train-the-Trainers programs based on the concepts from both Bringing Out the Best in Yourself at Work: How to Use the Enneagram System for Success (McGraw-Hill 2004) — which has been translated into six languages — and her new book, What Type of Leader Are You?
Ginger is the author of “Illuminating Team Dynamics: Insights from the Enneagram System of Personality” (NTL Institute, 2006) and “Developing Communities of Leaders through the Enneagram,” soon to be published in Spanish as a book chapter in Cultures of Participation at Work in Cuba and the U.S. through the Christopher Reynolds Foundation. www.TheEnneagramInBusiness.com;
2007 IEA Global Conference
Redwood City, California, USA